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jrk 2009-04-15 15:56

Yes. I'm using Fedora 10.

jrk 2009-04-15 19:51

4.2M to 4.6M done. 912624 relations.

[B]Reserving 3.8M to 4.2M[/B].

mdettweiler 2009-04-15 22:20

[quote=jrk;169365]Yes. I'm using Fedora 10.[/quote]
Very odd indeed. Have you tried using an alternate FTP client (such as a graphical one like gFTP)?

Note: if all else fails, you can send them to me via [url]http://www.rapidshare.com[/url] like we did when the FTP server went down during the last team sieve.

jrk 2009-04-16 03:33

I found some space on my server to upload the completed ranges to. You can get the files here:

[URL="http://jaysonking.com/aq/4788-2381-c136-4.2M_to_4.6M.out.bz2"]4.2M_to_4.6M[/URL] (44.8 MB)

[URL="http://jaysonking.com/aq/4788-2381-c136-4.6M_to_5.0M.out.bz2"]4.6M_to_5.0M[/URL] (45.4 MB)

[quote="mdettweiler"]Very odd indeed. Have you tried using an alternate FTP client (such as a graphical one like gFTP)?[/quote]Yes I tried kftpgrabber also but it had the same result with your host. :sad:

mdettweiler 2009-04-16 03:54

[quote=jrk;169433]I found some space on my server to upload the completed ranges to. You can get the files here:

[URL="http://jaysonking.com/aq/4788-2381-c136-4.2M_to_4.6M.out.bz2"]4.2M_to_4.6M[/URL] (44.8 MB)

[URL="http://jaysonking.com/aq/4788-2381-c136-4.6M_to_5.0M.out.bz2"]4.6M_to_5.0M[/URL] (45.4 MB)

Yes I tried kftpgrabber also but it had the same result with your host. :sad:[/quote]
Okay, thanks. BTW, guys--any other volunteers for the postprocessing? If nobody else posts regarding this within the next 2 hours, I'll assume that I'm doing it myself and go ahead and grab the files.

Joshua2 2009-04-16 03:59

I think it should fit in ur memory, else I could do it. I think my cpu will probably be tied up in my beal conjecture honors project search still.

mdettweiler 2009-04-16 04:01

[quote=Joshua2;169437]I think it should fit in ur memory, else I could do it. I think my cpu will probably be tied up in my beal conjecture honors project search still.[/quote]
Yes, this should fit plenty well within 2 GB of memory. If memory serves, the previous c132 used approximately 500 MB, so this one shouldn't be much more than that.

jrk 2009-04-16 04:52

3.8M to 4.2M done. 918679 relations. Uploaded: [URL="http://jaysonking.com/aq/4788-2381-c136-3.8M_to_4.2M.out.bz2"]3.8M_to_4.2M[/URL] (45.0 MB)

[B]Reserving 3.4M to 3.8M[/B].

I'm still getting slightly better timings for the lower Q ranges.

jrk 2009-04-16 04:54

So that's 2,754,621 relations total yet.

mdettweiler 2009-04-16 05:59

Okay, it's been about two hours since I made my last call for postprocessing volunteers so I guess I'll be doing it myself. I'll go ahead and pull down jrk's relations shortly...

Edit: Frank, you can mark down the following in the reservations table:
*3.8M- 4.2M jrk (done, 918679 rels)
*4.2M- 4.6M jrk (done, 912624 rels)
*4.6M- 5.0M jrk (done, 923318 rels)

Total rels received: 2754621 (13.8% of 20M rels)

schickel 2009-04-16 08:51

[QUOTE=mdettweiler;169436]Okay, thanks. BTW, guys--any other volunteers for the postprocessing? If nobody else posts regarding this within the next 2 hours, I'll assume that I'm doing it myself and go ahead and grab the files.[/QUOTE]I was offline when you posted this, so I didn't see it. If your resources are booked, I can make room on my system for the post-processing.......just let me know.


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